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2.2.1 References/Links to Further Resources

References for 2.2 Defining Digital Literacy

Belshaw, D. (2010). Digital literacy: a function of poor design? Doug Belshaw: Open Educational Thinkering.

Belshaw, D. (2012). The Essential Elements of Digital Literacies (v0.3).

Burn, A. (2009). Making new media: creative production and digital literacies. New York ; Oxford, Peter Lang.

Carrington, V. and Robinson, M.(2009). Digital literacies: social learning and classroom practices. London, SAGE European Commission (2003). eLearning: Better eLearning for Europe. Luxembourg.

European Commission (2003). eLearning: Better eLearning for Europe. Luxembourg

Gillen, J. and Barton, D. (2010). Digital Literacies: A Research Briefing by the Technology Enhanced Learning phase of the Learning and Teaching Research Programme. London, London Knowledge Lab.

Gilster, P. (1997). Digital literacy. New York ; Chichester, John Wiley

Grant, L. (2009). Children’s role in home-school relationships and the role of digital technologies, Futurelab

Hague, C. and Payton, S. (2010). Digital literacy across the Curriculum. Slough, Futurelab.

Hague, C. and Williamson, B. (2009). Digital participation, digital literacy, and school

Helsper, E. (2008).  Digital Literacy: Different Cultures Different Understandings. International Conference on Digital Literacy, Brunel University.

JISC (2011). “ALT: Developing Digital Literacies.” Accessed 10/9/2012 at: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/elearning/developingdigitalliteracies/alt.aspx

Lankshear, C. and M. Knobel (2008). Digital literacies: concepts, policies and practices. Digital Literacies: Concepts, Policies and Practices. C. Lankshear and M. Knobel. London, Peter Lang: 1-16.

Littlejohn, A., Beetham, H., McGill, L (2012). “Learning at the digital frontier: a review of digital literacies in theory and practice.” Journal of Computer Assisted Learning.

Marsh, J. (2005). Popular culture, new media and digital literacy in early childhood. London, RoutledgeFalmer.

Martin, A. and Grudziecki, J. (2006). “DigEuLit: concepts and tools for digital literacy development.” ITALICS 5(4): 249-267.

Martin, A. and Madigan, D. (2006). Digital literacies for learning. London, Facet.Mass, National Bureau of Economic Research.

Newman, T. (2009). A Review of Digital Literacy in 3-16 year olds, Timmus Ltd.

Street, B. (1995). Social literacies: critical approaches to literacy in development, ethnography and education. New York, Longman.

Zac, C. and Diana, L. (2011). “Embracing the Squishiness of Digital Literacy.” Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 54(7): 535-537.


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